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Office for Mac 2011 reaches RTM stage

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Mac users who prefer Microsoft Office than iWork will certainly rejoice on this news. The latest version, Office for Mac 2011, has reached Release to Manufacturing or RTM stage, meaning that the entire development for the office suite is now complete. The suite, which is not as vast as the one on Windows, will feature the usual Word, Excel and PowerPoint. However, it will ditch Entourage in favour for Microsoft […]

Apple releases iPad ad during Academy Awards

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Apple has published a new teaser commercial for the iPad during the Academy Awards today. The new ad basically highlights the features of the new Apple device – including watching a Star Trek film, reading an eBook from the iBooks app and working on documents with iWork. The iPad is set to launch on April 3 for the Wi-Fi model, while the 3G model will come out later in April. […]

Pirated iWork ‘09 found to contain Trojan

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Internet security firm Intego has found a new Trojan horse in pirated copies of Apple’s latest version of its productivity suite, iWork ‘09, that could allow an attacker to have control over the infected computer. Distributed the BitTorrent trackers, the Trojan has been listed as “serious” by the firm. The Trojan horse, OSX.Trojan.iServices.A, is part of the installation when you install iWorks ‘09, and is installed as a start-up item […]

Macworld 2009 : iLife & iWork 09

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MACWORLD 2009 : Apple has brought out brand new versions of its popular application suites, iLife ’09 and iWork ’09. While both add new features; iWork is set to become an online application suite, allowing users to view and edit documents and download them in a variety of formats. iLife ’09 will see some brand new features on iPhoto; including new slideshows, which can be imported into iTunes and then […]

Apple to make latest version of iWork online?

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RUMOUR MILL : 9to5Mac (via MacRumors) is reporting that Apple might be making the latest version of its office suite, iWork ‘09, online to the Cloud. The site also speculates that future versions of the suite will be basically browser-based applications; however, this does not mean that it will ditch the native versions. The new rumour puts the web applications similar to the extensive list of applications on MobileMe, which […]

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